I've brought this up some time ago, but it still is a nuisance.
This is a classical GUI blooper of the category 'Don't make me think!'.
Why do you break the naming convention of the actions in a thought's context menu?
InconsistentNaming.png When I want to copy or forget a thought I'm looking for a command named 'Copy thought' or 'Forget thought' respectively. To find these commands in the thought's context menu I first have to translate my intention into a concrete 'Copy <whatever the name of the thought>' or 'Forget <whatever the name of the thought>'. This makes me think because for every thought  the action's name is different. Thus this hampers my workflow.
Beyond that: This is ridiculously easy to fix.
Reinhard, TB, WIN 10

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